Hockey Night in Asia or South China Ice Hockey League is a recreational hockey league in Hong Kong and operated by AsiaSports Limited.

The league consists of four division, 23 teams and 300 players across Hong Kong.

Teams[edit | edit source]

Division 1

  • Asiasports
  • AsiaXpat
  • Budwiser1
  • Canadian International School
  • Delia School of Canada
  • LPP
  • Outback1
  • The Cavern
  • Wellcome 1

Division 2

  • Chickeeduck
  • LPP
  • PMA
  • Simon International
  • Tat Lee Securities
  • Wellcome2

Division 3

  • Budweiser3
  • Chickeeduck3
  • Loonies WIHO - 2 teams
  • LPP
  • Outback3
  • Tomy Japan

Division 4

  • Dragon Centre
  • LPP
  • Skate Co.
  • WIHO4

Regular season[edit | edit source]

The number of games vary, with the 2004-2005 season with a total of 18 games player per team.

Playoffs[edit | edit source]

The season runs from September to April with playoff ranks starting in February. Division 3 playoffs/semi finals are in March and Division 4 finals in early April.

There are playoffs and teams are invited to the World's Ice Hockey 5's.

Champions[edit | edit source]

Division 1 2005 - Dragon Centre, Runner Up - Asiasports 2004 - 2003 - 2002 - 2001 - 2000 - 1999 -

Division 2 2005 - Dragon Centre, Runner Up - Asiasports 2004 - 2003 - 2002 - 2001 - 2000 - 1999 -

Division 3 2005 - Dragon Centre, Runner Up - Asiasports 2004 - 2003 - 2002 - 2001 - 2000 - 1999 -

Division 4 2005 - Dragon Centre, Runner Up - Asiasports 2004 - 2003 - 2002 - 2001 - 2000 - 1999 -

Award winners[edit | edit source]

Division 1
MVP - Greg Smyth (Asiasports)
Top Scorer - Greg Smyth (Asiasports)
Rookie of the Year - Daniel Cottini (DSC)

Division 2
MVP - Chucky Yorke (Bud)
Top Scorer - Doug Foster (Bud)
Rookie of the Year - Rob Yeung (Wellcome2)

Division 3
MVP - Thomas Poon (Outback)
Top Scorer - Yukinori Naoi (Tomy Japan)

Summer League[edit | edit source]

During the summer there is a summer league

Sponsors[edit | edit source]

Teams are sponsored by local and large corporations in Hong Kong:

  • Budweiser
  • Air Canada
  • Espirit
  • Sunday - wireless
  • Chickeeduck
  • Simon International Limited
  • Delia School of Canada
  • Canadian International School
  • PMA
  • Fortune Pharmacy
  • Tomy
  • Tat Lee Securities Company Limited
  • The Cavern
  • PPG
  • The Keg
  • WIHO
  • Outback Steakhouse

Venues[edit | edit source]

All games were played at Skyrink on the 8th floor of the Dragon Centre, a mall in Sham Shui Po. The rink is normally used for recreation ice skating. In 2007, it was held in the newly opened ice rink of international standard at the MegaBox.

It has played host to ice hockey competitions, including the 2005 Hong Kong International Ice Hockey Tournament.

References[edit | edit source]


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